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    1. Olivier, E; Baker, SN; Nakajima, K; Brochier, T; Lemon, RN
      Investigation into non-mono synaptic corticospinal excitation of macaque upper limb single motor units

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    2. Kinoshita, M; Yamaguchi, T
      Stimulus time-locked responses of motoneurons during forelimb fictive locomotion evoked by repetitive stimulation of the lateral funiculus

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    3. Shikaki, N; Wada, N; Tokuriki, M; Sugita, S; Mammba, K
      The effect of pyramidal stimulation upon tail muscle motoneurons in the decerebrate cat

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    4. Alstermark, B; Ohlson, S
      Origin of corticospinal neurones evoking disynaptic excitation in forelimbmotoneurones mediated via C3-C4 propriospinal neurones in the cat

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    5. Nakajima, K; Maier, MA; Kirkwood, PA; Lemon, RN
      Striking differences in transmission of corticospinal excitation to upper limb motoneurons in two primate species

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    6. Antal, M; Puskar, Z; Birinyi, A; Storm-Mathisen, J
      Development, neurochemical properties, and axonal projections of a population of last-order premotor interneurons in the white matter of the chick lumbosacral spinal cord

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ZOOLOGY
    7. ILLERT M; BOCZEKFUNCKE A
      THE TARGET-REACHING AND FOOD-TAKING BEHAVIOR IN THE CAT - A MODEL FORTHE INVESTIGATION OF RECOVERY OF MOTOR FUNCTIONS

      NeuroRehabilitation
    8. DIENER PS; BREGMAN BS
      FETAL SPINAL-CORD TRANSPLANTS SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT OF TARGET REACHING AND COORDINATED POSTURAL ADJUSTMENTS AFTER NEONATAL CERVICAL SPINAL-CORD INJURY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    9. DIENER PS; BREGMAN BS
      FETAL SPINAL-CORD TRANSPLANTS SUPPORT GROWTH OF SUPRASPINAL AND SEGMENTAL PROJECTIONS AFTER CERVICAL SPINAL-CORD HEMISECTION IN THE NEONATAL RAT

      The Journal of neuroscience
    10. MAIER MA; ILLERT M; KIRKWOOD PA; NIELSEN J; LEMON RN
      DOES A C3-C4 PROPRIOSPINAL SYSTEM TRANSMIT CORTICOSPINAL EXCITATION IN THE PRIMATE - AN INVESTIGATION IN THE MACAQUE MONKEY

      Journal of physiology
    11. CANEDO A
      PRIMARY MOTOR CORTEX INFLUENCES ON THE DESCENDING AND ASCENDING SYSTEMS

      Progress in neurobiology
    12. PETTERSSON LG; LUNDBERG A; ALSTERMARK B; ISA T; TANTISIRA B
      EFFECT OF SPINAL-CORD LESIONS ON FORELIMB TARGET-REACHING AND ON VISUALLY GUIDED SWITCHING OF TARGET-REACHING IN THE CAT

      Neuroscience research
    13. KRUTKI P
      BILATERAL PROJECTION OF NEURONS OF THE C6 SEGMENT TO S1 AND S2 SEGMENTS OF THE SPINAL-CORD IN THE CAT

      Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis
    14. PUSKAR Z; ANTAL M
      LOCALIZATION OF LAST-ORDER PREMOTOR INTERNEURONS IN THE LUMBAR SPINAL-CORD OF RATS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    15. WERNER W; HOFFMANN KP; DANNENBERG S
      ANATOMICAL DISTRIBUTION OF ARM-MOVEMENT-RELATED NEURONS IN THE PRIMATE SUPERIOR COLLICULUS AND UNDERLYING RETICULAR-FORMATION IN COMPARISONWITH VISUAL AND SACCADIC CELLS

      Experimental Brain Research
    16. PIERROTDESEILLIGNY E
      TRANSMISSION OF THE CORTICAL COMMAND FOR HUMAN VOLUNTARY MOVEMENT THROUGH CERVICAL PROPRIOSPINAL PREMOTONEURONS

      Progress in neurobiology
    17. MUTO N; KAKEI S; SHINODA Y
      MORPHOLOGY OF SINGLE AXONS OF TECTOSPINAL NEURONS IN THE UPPER CERVICAL SPINAL-CORD

      Journal of comparative neurology
    18. TANTISIRA B; ALSTERMARK B; ISA T; KUMMEL H; PINTER M
      MOTONEURONAL PROJECTION PATTERN OF SINGLE C3-C4 PROPRIOSPINAL NEURONS

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    19. FUJITO Y; AOKI M
      MONOSYNAPTIC RUBROSPINAL PROJECTIONS TO DISTAL FORELIMB MOTONEURON INTHE CAT

      Experimental Brain Research
    20. POPOVA LB; RAGNARSON B; ORLOVSKY GN; GRANT G
      RESPONSES OF NEURONS IN THE CENTRAL CERVICAL NUCLEUS OF THE RAT TO PROPRIOCEPTIVE AND VESTIBULAR INPUTS

      Archives Italiennes de Biologie
    21. NAKATA A; JOZAKI A; HIRATA N; TOKURIKI M
      CROSSED AND UNCROSSED SEGMENTAL SYNAPTIC EFFECTS ON OBLIQUUS-EXTERNUS-ABDOMINIS MOTONEURONS FROM CUTANEOUS AND CUTANEOUS-MUSCLE NERVE IN SPINAL CATS AND ALPHA-CHLORALOSE-ANESTHETIZED CATS

      Journal of veterinary medical science
    22. NAKATA A; JOZAKI A; TOKURIKI M
      CROSSED AND UNCROSSED SEGMENTAL SYNAPTIC EFFECTS ON RECTUS-ABDOMINIS MOTONEURONS FROM CUTANEOUS AND CUTANEOUS-MUSCLE NERVE IN SPINAL CATS AND ALPHA-CHLORALOSE-ANESTHETIZED CATS

      Journal of veterinary medical science
    23. LAMAS JA; MARTINEZ L; CANEDO A
      PERICRUCIATE FIBERS TO THE RED NUCLEUS AND TO THE MEDIAL BULBAR RETICULAR-FORMATION

      Neuroscience
    24. KEIFER J; HOUK JC
      MOTOR FUNCTION OF THE CEREBELLORUBROSPINAL SYSTEM

      Physiological reviews
    25. MARTIN JH
      DIFFERENTIAL SPINAL PROJECTIONS OF SUBREGIONS IN THE FORELIMB AREA OFTHE MOTOR CORTEX IN THE CAT

      Neuroscience letters
    26. BORTOFF GA; STRICK PL
      CORTICOSPINAL TERMINATIONS IN 2 NEW-WORLD PRIMATES - FURTHER EVIDENCETHAT CORTICOMOTONEURONAL CONNECTIONS PROVIDE PART OF THE NEURAL SUBSTRATE FOR MANUAL DEXTERITY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    27. ALSTERMARK B; LUNDBERG A; PETTERSSON LG; TANTISIRA B; WALKOWSKA M
      CHARACTERISTICS OF TARGET-REACHING IN CATS .1. INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCESAND INTRAINDIVIDUAL CONSTANCY

      Experimental Brain Research


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